November 12, Wednesday

Ankara DTCF Farabi Hall, Sıhhiye  19:00





There will be a presentation

by A. Refik Kutluer

with the topic:

“Time & Perception”, 

before the recital.

Claudia Galli, Soprano – Gregory Moulin, Piano




Così Fan Tutte (W.A. Mozart): Ouverture


Così Fan Tutte: Fiordiligi “Temerari…” “Come scoglio…”


Gianni Schicchi (G. Puccini): Lauretta “O mio babbino caro…”


La Bohème (G. Puccini): Musetta “Quando m’en vo…”

Carmen (G. Bizet): Ouverture 

Carmen: Micaëla “C’est des contrebandiers…” “Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante…”


L’Elisir d’Amore (G. Donizetti): Adina “Della Crudele Isotta…”




Faust (C. Gounod): Ouverture


Faust: Marguerite “Que vois-je là…” “Ah! Je ris…”


Turandot (G. Puccini): Liù “Tu che di gel sei cinta…”


La Traviata (G. Verdi): Ouverture


La Traviata: Violetta ” È strano…” “Sempre libera…”




Claudia Galli was born in Luxembourg to an Italian father and a Portuguese mother. She started her vocal studies at the Conservatory in Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg) with Mariette Kemmer. In 2007, she won a vocal scholarship of the Yamaha Foundation and in 2009 the Prix Lyrique du Cercle Carpeaux of the Opéra national de Paris. From 2007 to 2009, she was a member of the Atelier Lyrique of the Opéra national de Paris, singing, among other roles, the Princess in Ravel’s L’Enfant et les sortileges, Carolina in Cimarosa’s Il matrimonio segreto and Despina in Mozart’s Così fan tutte.

At the Opéra national de Paris, she was heard between 2008 and 2011 in Strauss’ Die Frau ohne Schatten conducted by Gustav Kuhn and Verdi’s Rigoletto conducted by Daniel Oren. In January 2011, Claudia Galli took on the role of Micaëla in Bizet’s Carmen under  the baton of Claude Schnitzler at the Opéra-Théâtre de Metz as well as the Opéra national de Lorraine, Nancy.

Highlights of the 2012 season included the role of Clorinda in Rossini’s La Cenerentola under Riccardo Frizza and Sylviane in Lehár’s Die lustige Witwe under Asher Fisch, both at the Opéra national de Paris. The 2013 season brought her to the Aix en Provence Festival where she sang The Princess in  L’Enfant et les Sortilèges , marking the first performance of a big tour through France and Belgium. In May 2013 she was heard at The Herblay’s Theater where she performed Fatime in Abu Hassan by C. M. von Weber.

As a concert performer, Claudia Galli has appeared at the Palais Garnier, the French National Library, the Athénée Théâtre Louis-Jouvet in Paris, the Villa Médici in Rome and at the Auditorium du Louvre Paris. She also sung several concerts and recitals in Luxembourg in 2013 at venues such as the Philharmonie and the Abbaye de  Neumünster.

In March-April 2014, she performed in an extensive recital tour in the United States with pianist Grégory Moulin in venues such as, among others, the Carnegie Hall – New York, and the San Francisco Community Music Centre. The recital programme, entitled “Richard Strauss – des racines et des ailes” included lieder by Richard Strauss, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Hugo Wolf, Alexander Zemlinsky, Alban Berg.

2015 projects include the main role of  “Carlotta ou La Vaticane”, a new opera written by  Dominique Gesseney-Rappo – the world première will be in December 2015 at the Opéra de Fribourg Théâtre Equilibre, Switzerland – and   the recording of her first CD, together with pianist Gregory Moulin.


Gregory Moulin

Originally from the Drôme region of France, Gregory Moulin began his early musical studies at the conservatory of Montélimar, continuing at the conservatory of Valence, he received his Diploma of Musical Sudies in Piano, Conducting and Chamber Music. At age 20, Grégory began specialized studies in Vocal Accompaniment and Chamber Music at the conservatory of Villeurbanne, under Didier Puntos. In 2006, he joined the prestigious “Atelier Lyrique de lʼOpéra National de Paris” (Dir. Christian Schirm) as Pianist Coach and Conductor. He accompanied many singers at gala concerts in various distinguished concert venues, including “La Fenice” in Venice, “La Villa Medici” in Rome, “lʼAuditorium du Louvre”, “lʼAthénée Louis Jouvet”, “lʼOpéra Comique” in Paris, “La Salle Molière” in Lyon, “lʼOpéra de Toulon” and the “Opera de Lille”. Grégory was also involved in many productions at the “Paris National Opera” as Pianist Coach as well as Assistant Conductor. In 2010 he completed his conducting studies under both Alexandre Myrat, Greek Conductor, student of Igor Markevitch and Jordi Mora, Spanish Conductor, himself student of Sergiù Celibidache. As a conductor and an accompanist he was on starge on Europeʼs leading opera houses and music festivals including the “Paris National Opera”, the “Bayerische Staatsoper” in Munich, the “Salzburg Festival”, the Madridʼs “Musica dʼHoy Festival” and the “MaerzMusik Festival” of Berlin. His recently performed at the Philharmonie of Luxembourg a recital of German Lieder with Claudia Galli and the Aix en Provence Festival 2013, as assistant conductor on the world première of “The House Taken Over” by Vasco Mendonça.        



Sincere Thanks to;

Embassy of Luxembourg, the Rector Ankara University for providing the venue and Limak Ambassador Hotel.